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Helpful Tips for Frequent Flyers

Travel is one of the countless topics you’ll find so many tips about, especially if you look online. But are they all wroth your time? Probably not. Some are so common sense, like as “keep an empty bottle of water in handy” or “pack little” and the like.

If you’re searching for significant tips that provide significant benefits, whether you travel for work or enjoyment, read below:

1. Understand code shares and how they work.

Prior to booking a flight on a partner airline for miles, review the nature of their partnership. Yes, travel clock is always ticking, but there are some details you need to be clear on before you go. Some partnerships will give you the same mileage or less. Yet others may compute miles, depending not on the distance covered, but on the amount of money paid for the ticket.

2. Book flights separately one-way each instead of round-trip.

Sometimes, flying two different flights with separate one-way tickets is less expensive than getting a round-trip ticket, and may give you better departure and arrival times as you put different flights together. Evidently, with this option, the your travel clock will provide more flexibility for you.

3. User your airline’s app.

Most airlines have invested in their own apps that meant to provide passengers with real-time updates on things such as delays in flights or changes in boarding gates, etc. If you’re a traveler, you know that a tool like this can be incredibly helpful. You can even go paperless boarding with these apps at most airports. Not to mention your travel clock will be easier to manage.

4. See what perks are offered by your credit cards.

You may already be entitled to perks and you just didn’t know it. But because these privileges can differ, you need to know what’s more important to you – for example, earn miles or wave forex fees? But there will be times when you’ll have to decide fast – remember, travel clock is always ticking!

5. Get those cookies out.

Lastly, if you’ve heard about that thing called “dynamic pricing,” be aware that it will not reduce a flight’s price regardless of the number of times you refresh a window; in fact, it can even push the price up as the system is led to think that demand has just increased. Though people can try getting around this by using incognito windows, the safest option is still to tidy your search history and get rid of those cookies.

There are so many other tips out there that can give your frequent flier IQ a boost, but the above can be greatly useful. You can keep your travel clock up-to-date, which is important for every traveler.

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